Does anyone mind if I post a cross-eye version for those who don't have red-blue glasses on hand?
QUOTE(BrainLock @ Apr 18 2007, 06:59 AM)
Also, any suggestions on how to best view the 3d one? If I'm too close or I enlarge the playback too much, I lose the 3d effect and instead get double images.
I'm presuming you are using glasses.
Ghosting is a reality of the red-blue process. If it were up to me I'd make learning to view cross-eye stereo a requirement for high school graduation. Then everyone could see stereo in full color and without extra glasses.
I've found that people who will view stereo pairs that way are even rarer than people who haven't lost their red-blue 3D glasses.
That's the chance you take with stereoscopic.